PENNYWISE IT CHAPTER TWO RETURNS TO TORONTO FOR ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Updated with teaser-trailer.You know what they say about Derry? No one who dies here ever really dies.Pennywise returns. Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Horror sequel It: Chapter Two will be back in Toronto for additional photography in a few weeks.Additional photography: May 25 – 27th, 2019.Twenty-seven years later, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back to Derry.Cast: Bill Skarsgard, Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Jaeden Lieberher, Finn Wolfhard, James Ransone, Andy Bean, Jay Ryan, Isaiah Mustafa, Xavier Dolan, Will Beinbrink, Teach Grant, Jess Weixler.Looking forward to IT CHAPTER 2? You should be. I’ve seen it, and it’s terrific. The trailer is coming Thursday, at noon. You’ll float.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) May 7, 2019It: Chapter Two filmed principal photography in Toronto from the beginning of July to late October last year.By Susan Gittins ~ Hollywood North Buzz Twitterlast_img read more

Fort St John receives over 90 cm of snow in March over

first_imgIf we don’t see any more snow this weekend, Fort St. John will have officials received 92.3 of snow in March.  Fort St. John typically receives 23.7 cm of snow in March.Since October, the Fort St. John Airport has received 319.5 cm of snow. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – With just over 90 cm of snow in March, the weather may finally be changing to be a little more like spring.After a possible wind chill of minus 27 on Friday morning, things should start to warm up closer to zero for the rest of the long weekend.  The cooler temperatures will more than likely stick around for the first week of April before we see an increase above zero in the second week of April.The temperature should be between minus 3 and minus 6 for the Easter Weekend.  Environment Canada says we should be above zero by Thursday.last_img read more

ICE Futures Canada Friday Canola futures prices lower barley unchanged

WINNIPEG — ICE Futures Canada closing prices:Canola: Nov. ’17 $5.60 lower $504.80; Jan. ’18 $4.60 lower $510.30; March ’18 $4.00 lower $513.90; May ’18 $3.30 lower $514.70; July ’18 $1.30 lower $518.00; Nov. ’18 $0.60 lower $485.00; Jan. ’19 $0.60 lower $485.80; March ’19 $0.60 lower $488.50; May ’19 $0.60 lower $488.50; July ’19 $0.60 lower $488.50; Nov. ’19 $0.60 lower $488.50.Barley (Western): Oct. ’17 unchanged $140.00; Dec. ’17 unchanged $140.00; March ’18 unchanged $140.00; May ’18 unchanged $140.00; July ’18 unchanged $140.00; Oct. ’18 unchanged $140.00; Dec. ’18 unchanged $140.00; March ’19 unchanged $140.00; May ’19 unchanged $140.00; July ’19 unchanged $140.00; Oct. ’19 unchanged $140.00.Friday’s estimated volume of trade: 309,220 tonnes of canola; 0 tonnes of barley (Western Barley). Total: 309,220. read more

US envoy notes critical role of civil society

The projects also impact a diversity of locations in Monaragala, Hambantota, Matale, Anuradhapura, Colombo, Matara, Galle, Horana, Ampara, Jaffna, Seenigama, Tangalle, Anuradhapura, Rathnapura, Batticaloa, Katunayake, and the Koggala Free Trade Zone. This is the sixth year the Embassy has supported Youth Empowerment Grants, funding a total of $852,588 (nearly LKR 120 million) for 95 projects during this period. (Colombo Gazette) The 16 winning recipients were chosen from an extremely competitive pool of proposals and span important issues such as the environment, youth skills development, cultural exchanges, gender-based violence, and improving educational and economic development. The United States awarded nearly $150,000 (approximately LKR 21,000,000) to 16 civil society organizations as part of the US Embassy’s annual Youth Empowerment Grants, an innovative way to provide seed funding for up-and-coming groups working on solutions to problems affecting youth across Sri Lanka.“This year’s International Day of Democracy emphasizes the critical role of civil society and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to help social and political challenges,” said U.S. Ambassador Atul Keshap.  “The United States is proud to help young people in Sri Lanka use their energy and creativity to improve their communities.” read more

2003 finances generally positive despite precarious budget UN official says

“We have a better news situation,” the Under-Secretary-General for Management Catherine Bertini told a press briefing at UN Headquarters in New York. Summing up figures for 2003, she said that more Member States were paying their debts in the year in which they were owed. Meanwhile, peacekeeping cash should remain at a comfortable level – with 2003 payments and credits exceeding new assessments – although shortages in some UN missions existed and debt to Member States was expected to increase.Regarding the indicators on unpaid assessments as of 2003, Ms. Bertini said the regular budget position had “slipped somewhat” with unpaid assessed contributions increasing despite more nations paying. The already precarious situation of the International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia had gotten much worse, she noted, saying a handful of Member States accounted for over 86 per cent of the shortfall.While last year was first that the Organization had not had to borrow from the regular budget, the projection for the current year was that it might have to, Ms. Bertini said. Last year also saw a turnaround in the number of Member States paying regular budget assessments in full by the end of the year, with 131 countries having done so, breaking a negative trend since the number peaked at 141 in 2000.”A strong financial base is a prerequisite for the United Nations ability to carry out the many important tasks entrusted to it by Member States,” Ms. Bertini said, adding that improving the Organization’s financial situation remained a high priority for Secretary-General Kofi Annan. read more

Canadian dollar shakes off early losses as greenback loses momentum

Canadian dollar shakes off early losses as greenback loses momentum AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Malcolm Morrison, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 7, 2013 4:23 pm MDT TORONTO – The Canadian dollar closed higher Monday as commodity prices bounced off the lows of the session and the U.S. currency weakened.The loonie gained 0.14 of a cent to 101.45 cents US while the currency also continued to find lift from Friday’s much stronger then expected December employment report.The economy created 40,000 jobs last month. Economists thought that only about 5,000 positions would be turned out in December after job creation had surged by 59,000 in November.The loonie had been lower earlier in the day as the greenback strengthened against many other currencies on speculation that the U.S. Federal Reserve might end its bond-buying stimulus program in the second half of 2013.The American currency has strengthened in recent days after minutes from the Fed’s latest policy meeting last month showed a split over how long to continue the purchases. Some policy-makers have concerns that the continued bond purchases, known as quantitative easing, may destabilize the economy.The February crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange erased early losses and gained a dime to US$93.19 a barrel.March copper dipped two cents to US$3.69 a pound while February gold bullion shed $2.60 to US$1,646.30 an ounce.Traders also took in a move by global regulators to ease new rules obliging lenders to set capital aside. The so-called Basel III rules are a set of new international standards to make sure banks don’t fall back into the sort of trouble that caused the 2008 financial crash. On Sunday, the officials setting those rules delayed the date by which certain amounts of cash had to be readily available.Amid the biggest beneficiaries on equity markets were ailing Spanish banks, which some had feared would struggle to meet the new cash requirements. read more

Kentucky releases new school accountability report

The accountability report was released Tuesday by Kentucky education officials.The report classifies an additional 50 schools as being in need of improvement.The assessment results show wide achievement gaps in reading and math among white and black students in elementary schools.Related Article: FCPS: Test results shows changes are workingKentucky’s new rating program is the result of a requirement that states update their school accountability systems as a result of a federal education law passed by Congress in 2015. FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky’s new school accountability system has awarded the highest five-star rating to 56 schools, while 89 schools lag at the other end of the scale with the lowest score.The vast majority of public schools fall into the mid-range, three-star category.- Advertisement – read more

Lunchtime Fix 5 things you need to know

first_imgWHAT’S THE STORY? 1. Alan Shatter will reveal today if he will accept up to €70,000 in severance payments. The Taoiseach and Tánaiste have both said that although they don’t know for sure what he’s going to do, they expect he will do the ‘honourable thing’ and not take the money. Source: Golden Handshake via Shutterstock2. But there could be an even bigger shock in store as the Irish Independent says there are rumours the former Minister will resign his Dáil seat altogether this afternoon. We’ll know more at 2.30pm… Watch this space. 3. GSOC has launched an investigation into the death of a 23-year-old man in Kildare yesterday afternoon. The deceased had been in custody prior to this death, with gardaí stating that he was intoxicated when he was arrested in Maynooth.4. Thailand’s army chief has announced on State television that the military has taken control of government in a coup d’etat. It comes two days after the military placed the country under martial law. These two locals don’t seem bothered though, the military taking control in Thailand is a relatively regular occurrence, last happening in 2006. Stopping for a selfie at a military checkpoint in central Bangkok. Source: AP/Press Association Images5. As we head towards the broadcast moratorium, there was lots of election buzz this morning. However, it wasn’t all good news for candidates. Sinn Féin’s Cathal O’Reilly has pulled out of the race in Ennis after anti-Traveller comments made by him three years ago resurfaced. We also discovered who Nidge will be voting for. Source: Ross Mullen via TwitterCatch up on the rest of today’s stories>last_img read more

Smackdown Highlights Kofi replaces Ali this Sunday Charlotte Flair MicMiz TV

first_img WWE posted these highlights following last night’s Smackdown Live in Toledo. Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Twitter Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Pinterestcenter_img Google+ Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte WhatsApp WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)last_img

19 Soybean Growers to Lead World Initiative for Soy in Human Health

first_imgWISHH Committee members for 2017-18. Front row, from left: Ryan Cahoon, Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare, Dawn Scheier, Secretary George Goblish, Vice Chairman Levi Huffman, and Chairman Daryl Cates. Back row, from left: David Williams, Marypat Corbett, Matt Gast, Gerry Hayden, David Lueck, Jim Wilson, Treasurer Stan Born, Kurt Maurath, Tim Bardole and Bill Wykes. Not shown: Thomas Kentner, Jeff Lynn, Steve Reinhard and Ed Beaman.American Soybean Association (ASA) President Ron Moore confirmed 19 fellow soybean growers from across the nation to lead the ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) Program Committee in 2017-18. The importance of their work in long-term market development was underscored on Aug. 10 when the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced U.S. farmers are expected to produce a record-high soybean crop this year at 4.38 billion bushels.“WISHH strives for long-term market development and is always looking over the hill to the next market for U.S. soy,” Moore said, while announcing the WISHH committee. Officers are: Chairman Daryl Cates (IL); Vice Chair Levi Huffman (IN); Treasurer Stan Born (IL); and Secretary George Goblish (MN).New WISHH Committee Members include: Matt Gast (ND), representing the North Dakota Soybean Council, and Gerry Hayden (KY) representing ASA. They will serve alongside soybean growers from 11 other states. Other new faces to the WISHH Committee include David Lueck (MO), United Soybean Board Director David Williams, a Michigan soybean grower, and U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) Chief Operations Officer Ed Beaman; all of these individuals will serve as ex-officio members of the committee. Returning WISHH Committee Members include the officers as well as Tim Bardole (IA); Ryan Cahoon (NC); Thomas Kentner (IL); Jeff Lynn (IL); Kurt Maurath (KS); Steve Reinhard (OH); Dawn Scheier (SD); Roberta Simpson-Dolbeare (IL); Jim Wilson (MI); and Bill Wykes (IL), representing ASA.Moore thanked retiring WISHH Committee Members Art Wosick (ND) and E.L. Reed (MO) as well as USSEC ex-officio member Marypat Corbett.“WISHH’s Program Committee’s leadership is important to U.S. soybean growers as well as the many companies and customers in developing countries that seek to use U.S. soy in livestock feeds and human foods,” Moore said. “Cooperative efforts between WISHH and these emerging economies increase opportunities for trade.”Cates added that WISHH leverages U.S. soybean farmer checkoff dollars 6 to 1.“And that’s just the beginning,” he said. “WISHH further multiplies Qualified State Soybean Board dollars through international private-sector partner investments. The right formula for trade grows markets for U.S. soy farmers, and at the same time, improves lives for people abroad. WISHH works with international companies and organizations that purchase U.S. soy. These buyers invest thousands of their own dollars to research and promote soy-based foods and feeds made with U.S. soy in emerging markets.”last_img read more

WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB The Best Stories From Wilmingtons Newspapers

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are recent articles about Wilmington — published online between July 14, 2019 to July 21, 2019 — that residents should consider reading:Wilmington Town CrierAnalog Devices updates town on expansion by Lizzie McDermottWilmington accountant Mike Morris retires by Lizzy HillWilmington Town Crier sports stories can be read HERE.Wilmington AdvocateNoneWilmington PatchNoneLowell SunNew top cop in Wilmington by Emma MurphyA tasty summer tradition used to help a good cause by Emma MurphyLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”last_img read more

BNP leader hacked to death

first_imgProthom Alo IllustrationA local leader of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) was hacked to death by rivals at Jugirhuda village in Alamdanga upazila of Chuadanga district on Saturday morning, reports UNB.Deceased Helalul Islam Helal, son of a certain Eldil Biswas, was vice president of Khadimpur union BNP of the upazila.Some miscreants attacked Helal around 9:00am while he was working at a field and hacked him indiscriminately, leaving him critically injured, said additional superintendent of police in Chuadanga Kalimullah.He died on the way to hospital, he added.Victim’s wife Razia Khatun alleged that police had arrested their neighbour Manik , who is also a listed drug trader, along with yaba tablets a few days ago. Manik blamed Helal for his arrest and threatened him in several ways.The police official said that two police teams are working to arrest Manik.last_img read more

SAD releases list of 4 candidates for Delhi

first_imgThe Shiromani Akali Dal on Tuesday said it will contest from four seats in the February 7 Delhi assembly polls, a day after its ally, the BJP, released its list of 62 candidates.“The Shiromani Akali Dal will fight from four seats in Delhi as per the formula of our alliance with the BJP,” Akali Dal Delhi unit president Manjeet Singh GK said.Manjinder Singh Sirsa will be contesting from Rajouri Garden, Harmeet Singh Kalka from Kalkaji and Jitender Singh Shunty from Shahdara. The party left out Shyam Sharma from the Hari Nagar seat and instead chose Avtar Singh Hit. All the three candidates – Sirsa, Kalka and Shunty – had fought the 2013 polls from the same constituencies and won. Sharma, however, had lost from Hari Nagar. Of the four candidates, Sirsa will contest on the Akali Dal’s weighing scale symbol, while the other three candidates will fight on the BJP symbol.last_img read more

Natural ways to boost Immunity in children

first_imgIt is natural for parents to protect their children from any harm, including the endless array of germs they are exposed to every day.As children grow up, they are continuously exposed to various germs, especially in places such as daycare centres and preschool. Children with low immunity are highly susceptible to various types of infections. The high incidence of infections has led to an increased and inappropriate use of antibiotics, which has further resulted in antimicrobial resistance. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfAntimicrobial resistance, a widespread problem, takes places when microbes build resistance against the medications intended to kill them due to overuse. It is one ofthe world’s most pressing public health problems. The best way to tackle this is to build a strong immunity, which naturally protects your child from infections. Experts share a few tips that can help boost your child’s immunity.Healthy DietA healthy diet that comprises all fundamental components like proteins, minerals, vitamins, micronutrients and unsaturated fats in optimum quantity, helps build the immunity required to fight against various infections or diseases in children. Citrus fruits, carrots, green leafy vegetables, beans, strawberry, yogurt, garlic, and ginger help build immunity with their immunity-boosting properties. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveAdequate SleepSleep deprivation suppresses the functionality of the immune system, which makes children susceptible to infections. Adequate sleep is an absolute necessity to rejuvenate the body. Newborns need up to 18 hours of sleep a day, toddlers require 12 to 13 hours, and preschoolers need about 10 hours of sleep.Hygiene Maintaining hand hygiene before and after each meal, after playtime, handling pets, blowing the nose, using the restroom and arriving home from daycare helps prevent infections in children. Herbal SolutionsDespite taking proper care, children’s immunity may be affected. Consumption of herbal dietary supplements like Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), Amalaki (Emblica officinalis), Yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra), and Guggulu (Balsamodendron mukul) can help children stay healthier as they help build immunity.”Naturally obtained supplements strengthen the immune system. Herbs like Guduchi, Yashti Madhu, and Guggulu are natural sources of antioxidants. The antiviralproperty of Yashtimadhu also helps manage asthma, bronchitis, and chronic cough. The anti-inflammatory property of Guggulu helps reduce inflammation,” experts said.A combination of herbs may be a safe and effective adjuvant to antimicrobials in the management of recurrent infections. When co-prescribed with antibiotics, herbs mayhelp in faster recovery, reduces duration and cost of therapy, preventing reinfections.last_img read more

How to Prepare Your Business Data for the End of the World

first_img Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. According to the ancient Mayan calendar, the current cycle of the world is coming to an end on December 21, 2012. But even if their prediction doesn’t come true, it’s a good idea to prepare your business for a potential data emergency.Pete Khanna, CEO of the Denver-based software company TrackVia, says entrepreneurs face a whole host of potentially dangerous situations every day.”Sometimes an emergency can appear small, like the executive employee who loses his laptop or smart phone containing sensitive information,” he says. “Other emergencies are larger and more obvious, such as the recent storms in the northeast that flooded offices and buildings, and destroyed equipment and data for thousands of businesses.” Related: How to Create a Disaster Plan for Your BusinessWhether it’s the end of the world or a lost cell phone, entrepreneurs should be prepared. Khanna offers these three steps for protecting your information, and your sanity. December 19, 2012 First, take inventory. Khanna says most businesses don’t know what information they have, let alone what information needs protection. “For example, a sales employee may have a spreadsheet containing all of the company’s key customers, their contact information, and maybe even sensitive information like credit card numbers or buying history,” he says. “Start by identifying what information you have, what information is critical to the business, where it’s located, and who’s in charge of managing or maintaining it.”Next, develop a plan. Once you’ve identified your critical information, protect it with physical security and internal processes.”Physical security may be as simple as knowing who has office keys,” says Khanna. “It may also include employee badges, which secure and track access in and out of a facility. Internal processes may be something simple, like outlining steps for granting or limiting access to key documents. Another example is defining a process for destroying and dealing with paper copies of sensitive data.”Finally, back up your data. The technology you choose should fit your data protection needs, says Khanna. On-premise back-up solutions range from making copies of information onto CDs to having back-up servers on premise. However, the obvious disadvantage of this approach is that it doesn’t protect against natural disasters that occur in the immediate area.”If you’re protecting critical information that people need to safely and securely access to do their work, cloud solutions are key,” he says. Many cloud providers use military-grade reinforced data facilities dispersed around the world, so if the disaster is more localized, you data will have a better chance of survival.  Related: The Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloud Storage Apps for Business Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.center_img Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Register Now » min readlast_img read more

Todays Wearables Suck and Why Tomorrows Wont

first_imgSeptember 2, 2014 Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. 6 min read Co-written by Cindy ChongImagine this: You are gently roused from sleep by your smart wristband’s vibrating alarm, perfectly timed to ensure you feel the most alert and refreshed. And just before you open your eyes to greet the day, you see your entire schedule in a calendar illuminated on your contact lenses.As you get out of bed and walk to the bathroom, your lab-at-home already knows you weigh 0.2 pounds less this morning than you did 24 hours ago, that your blood analytes indicate you should have skipped last night’s hamburgers and had something healthier instead and that given your levels of serotonin today, you will probably be slightly irritated for the greater part of the a.m. (so try to avoid that annoying colleague today).This could be a scene out of an ordinary morning in the near future, all made possible by wearable technology. After decades of tinkering and being colorfully depicted in the media (think The Jetsons, Star Trek), wearable computers are finally starting to go mainstream. Related: Apple, Samsung and LG: Smartwatch Showdown Set for Early SeptemberWe are seeing an explosion of wearables for just about anything you can think of –wristbands for tracking biometrics and sleep patterns, wearable computers in the form of head-up display glasses, smart earbuds that match songs to your heart rate during exercise and so on. However, most devices are health and fitness related, and if you think about how many people you know who own and actually use these devices daily, that figure is probably on the small side. This is because fitness devices can be likened to an impulsive buy — they get lots of attention at first, but after a few uses the device usually ends up stashed away in a drawer. It’s no surprise that after a recent survey conducted by Endeavor Partners, more than half of users were reported to have lost interest after a few months of use. So the biggest problem with wearables is that they just aren’t all that useful. There’s a serious need for improvements in their utility.Who wants a wearable?Given this, what should take place to increase adoption levels? One thing for certain is they must be targeted to specific niches to provide high value. Wearables must be able to address and actively provide feedback for common ailments — not simply measure biometric data. For example, Google is partnering with Novartis to make smart contact lenses that monitor diabetics’ glucose levels in tears using a wireless chip and miniaturized sensor, allowing them to better manage their condition by mitigating the risks related to infrequent glucose testing. The lenses could also slowly release drugs over time, freeing the user from remembering to take a pill or shuddering at another injection.Targeting different age segments with unique characteristics is another possibility.  An example could be wearables for the aged, where information, machines and man fuse together and create a unique synergy. This could be an exoskeleton suit that enables the immobile and aged to walk easily. For millennials who are fitness enthusiasts, clothes made of smart fibers such as OMSignal’s shirts — which can measure heart rate, ECG, skin temperature, and muscle activity — can be a likely successor to fitness wristbands by providing more accurate metrics and an added convenience factor.Related: Using Wearable Devices to Help Promote Employee WellnessEven younger generations can benefit from carefully tailored devices. For teens, wearables that not only integrate with their social lives but also are easily customizable (in the form of charms or in different colors) will be sure to grab their attention. We could see wearable pins or other pieces of fun jewelry that give status updates or social compatibility alerts based on common interests with others in close proximity. Furthermore, for babies, special baby garments made of e-textiles could monitor your baby’s sleeping position, temperature, or even when the diaper needs changing. Let’s not forget designEqually crucial as niche targeting is aesthetic appeal. We have lots of different types of wristbands, glasses, helmets and so on, but they tend to be generic and not easily compatible with existing, everyday accessories. Who wants to wear a thick, matte black wristband next to their sleek designer watch? An easy way to address this would be to integrate the wearable computer into accessories people already wear, and ensuring a large enough selection to reach a variety of styles and tastes. Google is already doing this for Glass by collaborating on designs with Ray-Ban, Oakley, and Diane Von Furstenberg. Similarly, Motorola and Withings are making elegant smartwatches disguised as designer timepieces stylish enough to compete with those people wear everyday. Related: 3 Unusual Ways Smart Tech Meets FashionWhen ‘smart’ really means smartWe need much advancement in science and technology for all this to happen. Within cognition science, machines will have to understand humans better. Specifically, they must understand our spoken commands and process data from wearables to make relevant and timely suggestions. We are seeing this with Lark, a health analytics platform pre-installed on every Samsung Galaxy S5 that provides real-time feedback based on algorithms that interpret activity data from your phone, essentially acting as a virtual wellness coach. Miniaturization of hardware and advancement in robotics is also a requirement. We will see wearables get ever smaller, or disappear from sight altogether as they become embedded in our clothing or under our skin. The ability to warn a user about an impending heart attack or stroke will soon win over the fear of implanting a microchip when one is feeling perfectly healthy. As such, daily charging of wearables will be either inconvenient or impossible if they are implanted in our bodies. Thus wireless charging will be a norm, and so will harnessing electric power from our body’s movement or blood glucose. This will allow wearables to seamlessly integrate into our lives and become an invisible but constant presence in the background.We are close to reaching these technological and scientific breakthroughs. Analogous to how smartphones didn’t really take off until dependable data transmission and aesthetically pleasing design intersected, wearable technology will require a similar story to gain mass acceptance. But the future is bright, because with these ideas in mind it’s only a matter of time until there will be wearables that people will actually want to wear.Related: Why Wearable Tech Isn’t the Next Big Thing — Yet Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own.last_img read more

US FPAA pushes for new tomato deal with Mexico

first_img U.S.: FPAA pushes for new tomato deal with Mexico, … Mexico: Berry association says industry not affect … South Africa: Citrus industry hopeful for resoluti … July 31 , 2019 Meanwhile, one farm, DeLine Farm Partnership, of Charleston, Missouri, has so far received US$2.8 million in MFP payments.The top 1% of MFP recipients received, on average, US$183,331. The bottom 80% received, on average, less than US$5,000.MFP payments continue to leave out minority farmers, notes AgMag.Payment policy loopholes for wealthy farmersUntil now, MFP payments have been linked to crop production, favoring the largest producers of certain crops, reports the publication.The USDA initially said it would place a US$125,000 cap on MFP payments; however, the department chose to apply rules that allow relatives who do not contribute meaningful work on the farm to receive farm payments.According to the publication, the policy change allows many farm businesses to evade the cap.Changes to the second round of MFP payments, announced last week by Agriculture Secretary Sonny Purdue, will further favor the largest farmers by linking payments to the number of acres, not the number of bushels or bales produced.center_img A new report has found that U.S. President Trump’s initiative to provide aid for growers suffering the impacts of the trade war is supporting one group overwhelmingly – weather farmers. According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), the program has disproportionately helped rich landowners.Moreover, Donald Carr, a senior advisor for EWG, argues that the Market Facilitation Program (MFP) – through which most of the grower payments were made – has deepened the disadvantages of black and minority farmers.EWG yesterday released updated data on payments made through the first two rounds of the relief money dole out.MFP payments: A breakdownThrough April, total MFP payments for 2018-19 were US$8.4 billion. This data was obtained from the USDA through a Freedom of Information Act request.EWG’s analysis of the data found that the top one-tenth of recipients received 54% of all MFP payments.Specifically, 82 farmers have so far received more than US$500,000 in payments. You might also be interested in U.S.: Autumn Glory apples gain ground in February …last_img read more

London England – For the second consecutive year

first_imgLondon, England – For the second consecutive year, Graham-London is the official timekeeper and sponsor of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. Graham-London is honored to be at the center of ten days of sport explosion, and participate in the great celebrations of the centenary of the 5 Nations tournament and the 10 years of involvement of Italy. It is a great year in the rugby tournament and Graham-London engineers have worked hard to provide technical equipment for this glorious event. To applaud the next fabulous championship, Graham-London is proud and delighted to release extraordinary and vivid time instruments that echo the tournament atmosphere.The 2010 tournament will celebrate both the centenary of the first championship between the five original members and the 10th anniversary of Italy joining the competition. To commemorate these wonderful anniversaries, Graham-London will launch the Chronofighter R.A.C RBS 6 Nations. This column-wheel chronograph, a Graham-London classic model and best seller, represents the core values of the brand, combines technique and has been designed to pay tribute to this double celebration. The piece admirably marries the history of the championship with the brand’s British heritage and Swiss know-how.The brand has also developed a unique chronograph that corresponds to the RBS 6 Nations’ technical expectations, the Chronofighter Oversize Referee. The powerful involvement in the game, as the official timekeeper, is unique and unrivaled. It makes Graham-London crucial and prominent in the competition. The referees will wear the colorful Chronofighter Oversize Referee to adjudicate every match during the tournament. This special and highly visible use of Graham-London’s products is challenging as every game results from the reliability and the performance of the watch. It is a total quality commitment for the daring brand and its creations.The Chronofighter R.A.C. RBS 6 Nations will be a limited edition of 100 pieces, while the Chronofighter Oversize Referee is limited to 250 pieces, with options for a white or black dial.For more information visit www.graham-london.com.last_img read more

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